Hong Kong's new BYOC Eateries Scheme encourages sustainable dining by promoting the use of personal or reusable containers for takeaways.
The Hong Kong government is planning to ban the purchase and use of single-use plastic tableware and items from early 2024, according to government reports.
The Macao SAR Government announced on Monday that they’re expanding their ban on single-use plastic and Styrofoam (polystyrene) imports starting January 2024.
Explore a new study from the University of Gothenburg that unravels the environmental impact of paper cups and advocates for sustainable lifestyle changes.
In a breakthrough for sustainable materials, scientists have engineered microbes to produce components for an infinitely recyclable bio-based plastic.
Since 2021, the Macau Environmental Protection Bureau has been banning single-use plastics and Styrofoam like meal boxes, bowls, cups, and drinking straws.
The third ‘Enough Plastic’ campaign this year by EcoDrive Hong Kong aims to spread awareness about every-day plastic use and eco-friendly alternatives.
Participants may engage in a brainstorming session and have firsthand experience transforming waste like plastic into creative products. Read more.